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PIRRIE
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GENERAL.
Pirrie, Robert (of Pirrie, Foote, & Co.), house, 9
Buckingham terrace, Hillhead.
Firie, Robert Harvey, M.A., LL.B., writer and notary
public (of Pirie & Stewart), ho. 2 Melrose st.
Pirie, R. B. W., chief accountant, Clyde Valley
Electric Power Co., 53 Bothwell street.
Pirie & Stewart, writers, 173 St. Vincent st.
Pirie, Thomas A., wine and spirit merchant, 346 St.
Vincent st. and 33 Wilson street.
Pirie, William (of W. & J. Pirie), ho. Rockcliffe,
Milngavie.
Pirie, W. & J., drapery warehousemen, 63 and 65
Candleriggs.
Pirrie, Wm., baker, 553 Great Eastern road; res.
Luggie Green villa, Tollcross.
PITCAIRN, James, dairyman, 35 Cranston street
Pitcairn, James, house factor, property valuator,
furnished and unfurnished house and estate agent,
147 West Regent st. ; ho. 4 Queen's cres., Cath-
cart; P.O. tel. No. 152.
Pitcairn, Thomas, draper, 508 Gallowgate ; ho. 41
Gartbland drive.
PITCEATHLY, Alex, (at Duncan, Turnbull & Co.),
ho. 88 Cartvale road.
Pitkethly, Daniel B. (Jos. Crosfield & Sons, Ltd.),
res. Easterhill, Stepps.
PITT, Samuel, & Co., produce, chemical, ore, phos-
phate, and fertilizer brokers, agents for the
Asbestos mines, 95 Bath street.
Pitt, Samuel (of Samuel Pitt & Co.), res. 7 Maitland
avenue, Langside.
Pitt, S. A., librarian, Jeffray Library, Kelvingrove
park.
PLAGE, Mrs., 55 Gardner street, Partick.
PLANT, Thomas, crate maker, 149 Finnieston street ;
ho. 40 Lawrence place, Partick.
Plantation & Bellahouston Liberal Association, 164
M'Lean st., s.s.
Plantation Parish Church, Plantation street; Rev.
James Wallace, minister.
Plantation Police Office, 104 Plantation st.
Plantation U.F. Church, Cornwall street.
Plate-Glass Insurance (Caledonian Compy),,
head office, 58 Renfield street; established 1871.
Wm. G. Kirkhope, secretary. — See Advt. in Ap.
Plate Glass Insurance (Commercial Union), 166 St.
Vincent st., Thomas Dick & Son, superintendents.
Plate Glass Insurance (Liverpool and London Plate
Glass Insurance Co., Ltd.), 175 St. Vincent st.
Plate- Glass Insurance Co. (London and General);
resident secretaries, Wight, Wight, Myles & Flem-
ing, C.A., 150 Hope st.
Plate-Glass Insurance (Norwich and London Accident
Insurance Association), established 1856, 121 West
George street.
Plate-Glass Insurance Co., Ltd. (Scottish Equity),
John Fairie, C.A., 82 West Nile st., agent.
Plate-Glass Insurance (The Scottish), the
oldest glass insuranee company in Scotland, 132
West Regent street ; A. J. Pottinger, secretary. —
See Advt. in Ap.
Plate-Glass Insurance Co., Ltd. (West of
Scotland), head office, 58 Bath st.; Barton & Bell,
managers. Nat telephone, 5055 Royal.
PLATT Brothers & Co. (Limited), Oldham, machine
makers; Richard Murray, 109 Hope street
Platts, George, Turton & Co., manufacturers of rail-
way buffers, springs, &c, Sheffield; agents, Morris,
Warden & Co., 68 Gordon street
Piatt, J., insurance agent, 17 Jordon st, Whiteinch
PLAYER, John & Sons, tobacco and cigarette
manufacturers, Nottingham ; representative, D. J.
Grant, 18 Wilton dr.
Player, W. & I., Birmingham, makers of pneumatic
power hammers ; agents, W. B. & J. Bain, 65
Waterloo street.
PLAYFAIR, David J., 7 Victoria cres., Dowanhill.
Playfair, D. J., & Co., manufacturing chemists,
Clydebank.
Playfair, Major F. H. G., deputy governor, Barlinnie
Prison ; ho. Park view, Barlinnie.
Playfair, James M , heating and ventilating engineer
(Ashwell & Nesbit, Ltd., 233 St. Vincent st); ho.
3 Foremount terrace.
Plean Colliery Co., Ltd. , coalmasters and coke
makers, 65 Renfield street.
Pleasure Steam Yachting Co., 19 Waterloo st
Pleating and Trimming Co., manufacturing
dressmakers' specialists, 33 Virginia street; tele-
phone Nat, 423 A Tron.
PLENDERLEITH, John, traveller (Bass & Co., Ltd.);
ho., Nariva, Brookfield, by Johnstone.
Plenderleith, Mrs., bookseller and stationer, 604
Argyle street, Anderston ; ho. 3 North street
PLEWS, Thos., butcher, 218 Main st, Maryhill; ho.
50 do.
PLOTKINOFF & Brothers, South- side Cabinet Works
cabinetmakers, 208 and 210 Govan street.
Plomo Specialty Manufacturing Co., belt, rope and
cable preservative, anti-friction, and gear composi-
tions ; R. Christie, sole agent, 29 Waterloo street.
PLUNKETT, Joseph, 116 Annfield st.
PLOTZKER, B. (of Irish Linen Co.), 5 University
avenue, Hillhead.
Plymouth Steamers office 21 Carlton place.
POE. Robert W., letterpress and lithographic printer,
22 West Nile st ; ho. Drumadoon, Cambuslang.
POLE, A. Reginald, accident superintendent, Royal
Insurance Co., Ltd., 40 Royal Exchange square;
res. Penrida, Uddingston.
Pole, A. E. (of Pole & Co.), ho. 3 Tantallon terrace,
Copeland road, Ibrox.
Pole & Co., motor and cycle agents, 111 Great Western
road.
Police, &c.,Assessments,Surveyor's Office for the City
of Glasgow, City Chambers, 249 George st; James
Henry, surveyor.
Police, &c, Assessments, North-Western district;
office, 38 Gt. Western rd.; John Craig, collector.
Police, &c, Assessments, Central District; John
M'Ewan, collector; office, City Chambers, 45
John st.
Police and City Assessment, Eastern district office,
11 Tobago street ; Robt. Osbourne, collector.
Police and City Assessment Collector's Office, South-
ern district, 70 Nicholson street; James Henry,
collector.
Police Barracks, 6 East Clyde street.
Police Office (Central), St Andrew's square.
Police Treasurer's Office, City Chambers, 285 George
st ; James D. Borthwick, treasurer.
Police Weighing Machines: —
1. 255 Parliamentary road.
2. Castle st, opposite Monkland st.
3. Cattle Market, Duke st.
4. 603 Gallowgate.
5. Charles st. , Bridgeton cross.
6. East Clyde st, opposite Fish Market

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